Humanoid robot Aida's drawings on display

Her creators argue that she is innately creative. Her works are all sold, bringing in over $1.2m.

    An exhibition featuring art by the world's first humanoid robot is on show in the United Kingdom.

    The artist, Aida, is a life-like robot capable of drawing portraits from real life. Her creators consider her a work of art in her own right and hope she will enhance the debate about the future of artificial intelligence.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from Oxford.


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